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UK delegation discusses aids, human rights with IEA authorities

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KABUL: A UK delegation arrived late on last week, discussing humanitarian aids and human rights with the authorities of the Islamic Emirate of Afghanistan here in Kabul, the Ministry of Foreign Affairs confirmed.
The UK government in a press release said that a delegation returned to Afghanistan to discuss various topics including human rights—notably rights of women, girls and minorities—and the treatment of women’s rights activists, as well as a response to Afghanistan’s humanitarian crisis.
The delegate included Nick Dyer, the UK’s Special Envoy for Famine Prevention and Humanitarian Affairs, Hugo Shorter, Chargé d’Affaires ad Interim of the UK Mission to Afghanistan, and Hester Waddams, Deputy Head of Mission and Political Counselor, UK Mission to Afghanistan, the statement said.
The delegate held talks about humanitarian challenges with the Islamic Emirate senior officials including Amir Khan Mutaqqi, the acting Foreign Minister of the country.
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